OSE is expanding its commitment to children and health, and in the areas of disability, dependence and support to survivors of the Holocaust
Centenary Association and more than ever dynamic, OSE flies the values of
solidarity, humanism, professionalism and memory.
Today, the association is expanding its commitment
to children and health, and intensifies its efforts in the areas of disability, dependence and support to survivors of the Holocaust
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for your support.
to OSE you are supporting one of the world’s oldest and most renowned Jewish
associations and providing us with the means to act.
support enables us to continue our work helping many thousands of people in
need. Every day, disadvantaged children, elderly or disabled people, and people
with limited access to medical care turn to our services.
In 2015, OSE’s
many activities include:
- · Running
a socio-educational center in the Parisian suburb of Creteil, providing
teaching and counseling for disadvantaged children and their families.
- · The
creation of new daycare centers in the XVth district of Paris and the suburb of
Sarcelles for elderly people suffering from Alzheimer’s disease.
the concept of our Café des Psaumes - a welcoming and convivial venue in
the historic Jewish quarter of Paris for people to meet and enjoy Jewish
culture – to new venues in the capital
support for elderly people, Holocaust survivors and so-called hidden children
via support groups and counseling that help them to grow old with dignity.
OSE is also
strongly involved with important projects outside France:
and giving professional training to a Jewish children home in Jitomir (Western
professional training to the staff of the Jewish communities and of the
municipality of Saint Petersburg (Russia) in order to provide them with the
necessary tools to give care to people suffering from Alzheimer’s disease.
in Europe and the USA an exhibit on the rescue of Jewish children by OSE during
WWII to keep the memory of the victims alive and for educational purposes
towards the younger generations.
a permanent exhibit on the rescue of Jewish children by OSE during WWII, in the
Museum of Lohamei HaGetaot in Israel.
new programs to help the integration into the Israeli society of recent Jewish
immigrants, both young and seniors citizen.
Thank you for your generosity!